Apr 09 2008

No Exit In Iraq But Forward To Success

Published by at 10:34 am under All General Discussions,Iraq

The Surrendercrats and SurrenderMedia are stumped by the testimony of Petraeus and Crocker. They are stumped because they cannot find the “Easy Button” for an exit out of Iraq.

In fact, the SurrenderMedia is reporting on the frustration and the lack of easy exits:

Frustrated Senators See No Exit Signs

By Karen DeYoung and Thomas E. Ricks
Washington Post Staff Writers
Wednesday, April 9, 2008; Page A01

Asked repeatedly yesterday what “conditions” he is looking for to begin substantial U.S. troop withdrawals from Iraq after this summer’s scheduled drawdown, Army Gen. David H. Petraeus said he will know them when he sees them. For frustrated lawmakers, it was not enough.

“A year ago, the president said we couldn’t withdraw because there was too much violence,” said Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.). “Now he says we can’t afford to withdraw because violence is down.” Asked Sen. Chuck Hagel (R-Neb.): “Where do we go from here?”

The blinders on the SurrenderMedia and Surrendercrats are firmly in place. There is an exit in view. It is the exit with the big “Success” sign over it. But they fear that exit because it would prove them to be dead wrong on Iraq. Sorry folks, fear of being proven wrong is not an excuse to do the right thing in Iraq. The way out is obvious, stay the course and win. We are almost there.

7 responses so far

7 Responses to “No Exit In Iraq But Forward To Success”

  1. truthhard2take says:

    Strata first said “almost” in 2004.

  2. AJStrata says:


    Dude, the blog did not exist until 2005. Lefties are so befuddled and lost….

    And then they wonder why people laugh at them for wanting to take on critical roles, like dog catcher!

  3. truthhard2take says:

    Doesn’t mean you didn’t say it in 2004, as your 2005-6-7 comments would cause anyone to bet their last hundred on.

  4. mj says:


    your argument about AJ saying “almost” in 2004 is about as bulletproof as the left’s argument for surrender in Iraq.

    aside:: I feel bad for the General and Ambassador. Here they are state side, instead of doing something productive in Iraq, thanked for their patriotism and work in Iraq, and then lambasted by the left for a lack of definitive “surrender dates” and Iraqi political progress. Correct me if I’m wrong, but in 2006 the Democrats promised the American public they would have us out of Iraq. That hasn’t happened yet. Lack of political progress anyone?

    You hypocrite, remove the wooden beam from your eye first; then you will see clearly to remove the splinter from your brother’s eye.
    Matthew 7:5

  5. truthhard2take says:

    I’m an independent, supported Perot, then Buchanan (Reform Party bid) then Nader, now Nader. You ain’t talkin’ to me.

  6. WWS says:

    Wow, I had no idea that Nader was starting to attract the neo-nazi camp followers. How fitting – the vilely clueless have found a hero almost as moronic as they are.

  7. 75 says:

    Yeah, right…we’re buying that…Truthy’s an independent.
    AJ…getting deep and aromatic in here.